The CROWN Act would outlaw policies that punish black employees and K-12 students for wearing their natural hair and protective styles.
The state just became the latest -- and largest -- to reform the controversial practice of civil asset forfeiture.
Twenty years later, a law spurred by "welfare queen" panic is still on the books. California State Sen. Holly Mitchell is trying to change that.
"It represents a willingness by California's government to begin to undo a litany of failed drug laws that we have put into
These mothers and their children are assets to our state and our future. If we don't invest in them, engage them and cultivate their potential, they will ultimately become a cost for years to come.